The last PS4 we remastered reduced load times by 70%

Yolanda Curtis
October 26, 2020

However, PS4 game load times are being improved or even removed completely with a patch it seems. This is an absolutely insane difference.

As you will have seen in the above video, the loading times have been cut dramatically, whilst the time taken to load a save has dropped to just 14 seconds compared to well over two minutes prior to the update!

While the entire world has been talking about The Last of Us Part 2 for several months, Naughty Dog has not forgotten the original classic that made the best selling sequel possible. It's worth adding that the PS5 will probably reduce these load times by a few seconds or a few seconds.

Patch 1.11 for the critically acclaimed post-apocalyptic adventure and reluctant dad simulator has massively decreased loading times across nearly the entire game, with some reporting as much as a 70 percent increase in loading speeds. The video shows that after "The Last of Us Remastered" patch 1.11 the game loads in 13.86 seconds while the pre-patch version took more than 1 minute and 30 seconds to do the same. While the patch notes did not specify what it fixed, gamers later observed that the loading times were one of the aspects of the game that received some love from the developers.

Anyone who has played The Last of Us should remember the wait that we all had to sit through in order to start a new game.

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